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Oct 6, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project Portland House of Music Summer>Fall Residency 2017 Portland, Maine First Set October 5, 2017 Truckin Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again Here Comes Sunshine Jelly Roll Blues Lonesome and a Long Way From Home (abridged)* West LA>Breakdown (Petty Tribute) Stand My Ground (Petty Tribute) Listen to Her Heart (Petty Tribute)+ Wildflowers (Petty Tribute)^ Angel Dream no. 2 (Petty Tribute)^ Brokedown Palace^^ +Josh Robbins, guitar, lead vocals;  Justin...
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Professor Iguana, Portland House of Music, Tom Petty, Grateful Dead
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Oct 2, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the second of two lectures/presentations I have produced in response to Nel Noddings for my Intro to Philosophy of Education course.   In this second presentation I take up Noddings' project in relation to our course of study, specifically in relation to the fundamental questions we are exploring regarding the human freedom as the essential concern of education, when education is approached via philosophy, or as a matter of philosophy. 
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Nel Noddings, Philosophy of Education, Caring
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Oct 2, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the second of two lectures/presentations I produced on the philosopher of education, Nel Noddings, and her ethic of caring.  This second presentation offers commentary on the introduction to her book Caring , which is the important prequel to the book The Challenge to Care in Schools.    I discuss Noddings' in relation to the thinkers we have taken up thus far (Parmenides, Plato, Irigaray, and Heidegger), and also take up her project as one of 'first philosophy,' or ontology, and,...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Nel Noddings, Philosophy of Education, Caring
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Sep 28, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the first hour of the Dead Zone originally broadcast on Sunday, October 8, 2017, from 6-8pm EST on WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University.   I'm the host and producer of the Dead Zone, and for this 10/08/17 show the Dead Zone the set is: Lettuce, 2/25/17, "Reunion" Grateful Dead, 9/27/76, "Samson>Help>Slipknot!>Drums" Maine Dead Project, 8/16/17, "Cats Under the Stars>Sissy Strut>Cats Under the Stars" Grateful Dead, 10/19/94,  jam from...
Topics: Dead Zone, Professor Iguana, Lettuce, Grateful Dead, Maine Dead Project
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Sep 22, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project Summer Residency at The Portland House of Music September 20, 2017 Set 1 (abridged)* Aiko Aiko Hey Pocky Way Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Sitting Here in Limbo Peggy O>Don't Let Go>Tangled Up in Blue GDTRFB>Bo Diddley Jam (inc. NFA) recorded by Professor Iguana on TASCAM 70DR nb: * the tracks uploaded out of order...in case anyone is keeping score at home :-)
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Sep 20, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the first hour of the Dead Zone from Sunday, September 24, 2017, originally broadcast on WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University.  I'm the host and producer of the Dead Zone, and for this 9/24/17 show I featured music from the bands I encountered during the three night live music odyssey I took in my hometown of Portland, Maine between 9/14-9/16.  During those three days I saw the Marco Benevento Trio at One Longfellow Square, Lettuce at the Maine State Pier, and the Trey Anastasio...
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Sep 19, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is hour two of the Dead Zone from Sunday, September 24, 2017, on WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University.   I'm the host and producer of the show, and for this 9/24/17 Dead Zone I featured music from the bands who I encountered during my three night live music odyssey I took the previous week in my hometown of Portland, Maine. In hour one I featured music of Lettuce, who performed a benefit show on 9/15/17 at the Maine State Pier to the benefit to support the Full Plates Full Potential...
Topics: Dead Zone, WRHU, Maine Dead Project, Marco Benevento Trio, Trey Anastasio Band, Professor Iguana
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Sep 18, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is a lecture/presentation of Luce Irigaray's essay "Listening, Thinking, Teaching," for my Intro to Philosophy of Education course.  Irigaray's essay is discussed in relation to the tradition of philosophy initiated by Parmenides and Plato, who we read just prior to reading this essay.  This is the third lecture for the fall 2017 semester.
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Luce Irigaray, Philosophy of Education
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Sep 17, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the second of two presentations I made on Luce Irigaray for my online grad course Introduction to Philosophy of Education.  This presentation focuses on chapters in Irigaray's To Be Two , and presumes the reading of her essay "Listening, Thinking, Teaching."
Topics: Luce Irigaray, Eduardo Duarte
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Sep 11, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the second lecture recorded for the grad online Intro to Philosophy of Education course.  This lecture introduces students to Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" (bk 7, Rep ) and Parmenides' "Way of Truth" (fragments) as the most originary portraits of the philosophical educator.  
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education, Plato, Parmenides
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Sep 8, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project  July 26, 2017 Summer Residency at The Portland House of Music Portland, Maine Second Set (first half): Throwing Stones Scarlet Begonias> Fire on the Mountain Playing in the Band> Drums MDP : Tim Sullivan - guitar, vocals; Doug Emery - guitar, vocals; Josh Robbins - bass, vocals, Justin Maxwell - keyboards, vocals; Christopher Sweet - drum set; Ryan Benoit - drum set Recorded by Professor Iguana on a TASCAM  DR-10D
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Sep 7, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project July 26, 2017 Summer Residency at The Portland House of Music Portland, Maine Set 1 First Set (abridged)* Ship of Fools Mama Tried Run for the Roses It's All Over Now Baby Blue Box of Rain Jack Straw Brokedown Palace Recorded by Professor Iguana on a TASCAM  DR-10D
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Sep 7, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project Summer Residency at the Portland House of Music, September 6, 2017 First Set: Althea Ship of Fools Tennessee Jed Loser Touch of Grey Lost Sailor> Saint of Circumstance Morning Dew Josie  - [Walter Becker tribute] _______________________________ Recorded by Professor Iguana on a TASCAM DR-70D Maine Dead Project Line-up for 9/6/17: Tim Sullivan, guitar, vocals; Justin Maxwell, keyboards, vocal; Josh Robbins, bass, vocals;  Christopher Sweet, drums; J. Faunts, guitar...
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Sep 5, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is part b of the first lecture for my intro to philosophy of education course, recorded at the beginning of the fall 2017 semester.  This lecture was recorded at dusk, inspired by Hegel's famous dictum:  "The owl of Minerva spreads its wings at dusk."  The lecture complements part a, reiterating some of the major themes of the course, but then takes up some new themes, namely the descriptive claim that suggests this course is an attempt to unravel a mystery:  the mystery...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education
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Sep 4, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is an updated/edited version of my first ever online/distance learning lecture for my intro to philosophy of ed course, which I was recruited to develop for Hofstra's first online graduate degree.  I originally recorded the lecture in 2011, which was then my 15th year at Hofstra.  The lecture attempts to introduce students to the organizing question of the course:  What does it mean to be (or is entailed in being) educated by philosophy?; specifically, to learn from the hermeneutic...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education
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Aug 24, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project August 24, 2017 Summer Residency @ Portland House of Music, Portland, Maine Ryan Benoit, drums; Doug Emery, guitar, vocals;  Justin Maxwell, keyboards, vocals; Josh Robbins, bass, vocals; Christopher Sweet, drums; Tim Sullivan, guitar, vocals. First Set (abridged*) Cold Rain and Snow Ruben & Cherise> Trees, Mountains, Lakes & Rivers Jam> DeBellum Blues *data card went full! oh well, live and learn: always have back up batteries and data cards! Recorded by...
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Professor Iguana, Portland House of Music, Portland Maine
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Aug 17, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project ,  Portland House Of Music, August 16, 2017 Tim Sullivan - guitar, vocals; Doug Emery - guitar, vocals; Josh Robbins - bass, vocals, Justin Maxwell-keyboards, vocals; Christopher Sweet - drums; Ryan Benoit - drums First Set :Promised Land, Jack-A-Roe, Deal, Row Jimmy, Jelly Roll Blues, Sugar Magnolia, Cats Under the Stars>Sissy Strut jam>Cats Under the Stars, Don’t Let Go> Switch Jam*>Psycho Killer*>Don’t Let Go>West L.A. Fade Away>Sunshine Daydream...
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Aug 12, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This show was first produced and broadcast in September, 2015. The Dead Zone is a weekly radio show devoted to the exploration of the music Grateful Dead, produced and hosted by Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D., aka Professor Iguana, aired on community radio WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University, Sundays 6-8pm EST. 
Topics: Professor Iguana, Eduardo Duarte, Dead Zone, WRHU
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Aug 10, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Maine Dead Project Portland House Of Music August 9, 2017 First Set: Samson and Delilah , Ramble On Rose, Lonesome and   a Long Way From Home,  Beat It On Down the Line,  Easy Wind, Peggy O  [“Go Big For Hunger” announcement by Greg Martens],  Sugaree*,  Shakedown*, Cumberland Blues*   *w/ Warren Haynes Second Set (first half) Help On the Way>Slipknot>Feel Like a Stranger>Franklin’s Tower Encore : Sign, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours) MDP: Tim Sullivan - guitar, vocals;...
Topics: Maine Dead Project, Portland House of Music, Professor Iguana
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Aug 7, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is a lecture on Nietzsche for my introduction to philosophy of education course.  The lecture focuses on Nietzsche's essay, "Schopenhauer as Educator," with some mention of the "Parable of the Three Metamorphoses" from Thus Spoke Zarathustra .  This was originally recorded as the 10th and final lecture for the online version of the course, which has as its central theme "the philosophical educator".
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education
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Aug 7, 2017 Professor Iguana
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This is the final lecture for the summer session 2017 philosophy of education course. In this final presentation I first offer a summary of our study of Nietzsche, Heidegger and Irigaray, and then offer a list of themes that students might take up in their fifth and final papers, which will be written in response to the prompt that is offered by Arendt's challenge to educators that we prepare students to repair and renew our common world.
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education, Hofstra University
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Aug 6, 2017 Professor Iguana
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Cold Chocolate at the Chocolate Church Bath, Maine August 5, 2017 Ethan Robbins, acoustic guitar, vocals Paul Dilley, upright bass Recorded by Professor Iguana (Eduardo Duarte) from the second row with a TASCAM DR-70D Linear PCM Recorder. Show Set List Operator Steppin' Out Walk My Blues Away Gentle on My Mind Cold Up There* Pressure Cook Me I Wish Five More Hours The Wrong Way Home Follow Far Behind Make Me Down a Pallet Just Be On My Way The Last Time Mercedes Benz I'll Never Know Sir Duke...
Topics: Cold Chocolate, Professor Iguana, Eduardo Duarte
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Oct 3, 2016 Professor Iguana
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This is the Nika/Scott Wedding Dead Zone, recorded on September 29, 2016, and first aired on WRHU 88.7 FM WRHU.ORG, Radio Hofstra University on October 2, 2016, the day after Nika and Scott's wedding, which was celebrated at the Chocurua Chapel, Church Island, Squam Lake, New Hampshire, USA.    The Dead Zone is produced by Professor Iguana, and airs most Sundays on WRHU between 6-8pm EST. Groom's Set List: Uncle John's Band - Alfred College, 5/1/70 (6:07) Tennessee Jed - Frost Amphitheater,...
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Nov 3, 2015 Professor Iguana
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"Collecting, or trading tapes, as we called it back in the day, was an experience that extended and thereby continued what I understand to be the core of a Dead show: the mysterium tremendum.   When you attended a show you entered under the influence of the overwhelming mystery,  mysterium tremendum, and with each show you took a leap of faith that the band would take the stage with the same leap.  So too with the trading of tapes: insert cassette, push play, and listen for the sonic...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Dead Zone, WRHU
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Nov 3, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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"Collecting, or trading tapes, as we called it back in the day, was an experience that extended and thereby continued what I understand to be the core of a Dead show: the mysterium tremendum.   When you attended a show you entered under the influence of the overwhelming mystery,  mysterium tremendum, and with each show you took a leap of faith that the band would take the stage with the same leap.  So too with the trading of tapes: insert cassette, push play, and listen for the sonic...
Topics: Dead Zone, Eduardo Duarte, WRHU
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Nov 2, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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"Collecting, or trading tapes, as we called it back in the day, was an experience that extended and thereby continued what I understand to be the core of a Dead show: the mysterium tremendum.   When you attended a show you entered under the influence of the overwhelming mystery,  mysterium tremendum, and with each show you took a leap of faith that the band would take the stage with the same leap.  So too with the trading of tapes: insert cassette, push play, and listen for the sonic...
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Nov 2, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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"Collecting, or trading tapes, as we called it back in the day, was an experience that extended and thereby continued what I understand to be the core of a Dead show: the mysterium tremendum.   When you attended a show you entered under the influence of the overwhelming mystery,  mysterium tremendum, and with each show you took a leap of faith that the band would take the stage with the same leap.  So too with the trading of tapes: insert cassette, push play, and listen for the sonic...
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Oct 19, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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This is a radio program/podcast devoted to exploring the relationship between philosophy and music, specifically, the sonic character of thinking, understood to be a dialogue both within the self, and between selves.   The program has its starting point the thesis: I beat, therefore I am.    And with that thesis as its foundation, the program explores drumming as an expression of resonant subjectivity.  The program was launched in October 2015 as a special segment of the Dead Zone, a weekly...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Drums
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Oct 4, 2015 Professor Iguana
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The Dead Zone is a weekly radio program hosted and produced by Eduardo Duarte aka Professor Iguana, and aired on WRHU (Radio Hofstra University).  The program explores the live performances of the Grateful Dead and related improvisational jam bands.   
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Professor Iguana, The Dead Zone, WRHU
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Oct 2, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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Eduardo Duarte Hofstra University   “What is Latin American Philosophy of Education? La fenomenología del Originario”   Presentation to the Latin American Philosophy of Education Society (LAPES) April 29, 2014   What is Latin American Philosophy of Education?    Powerfully, in a way that has thrown me into an entirely familiar yet under-experienced situation, this question reappears to me as a sign that points (again) to a path of an ‘other’ possibility for thinking philosophy...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, LAPES, Latin American Philosophy of Education, Phiosophy
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Sep 24, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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This is a lecture I presented to my Intro to Philosophy of Ed course in the fall semester 2015.  The lecture, that takes up Don Ihde's phenomenology of listening, is one that attempts to make a first phenomenological reduction to music, and further, to rhythm, concluding with a re-embodiment, and perhaps re-enchantment, of the Cartesian cogito with the formula:  I am because I beat.  This lecture is meant to be paired with my radio show, Black Diamond Discography Volume 2
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Phenomenology of Listening, Black Diamond Discography, Musings
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Sep 19, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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This is a lecture on Martin Heidegger that takes up the first chapter of his What is Called Thinking?   My lecture focuses on his evocative claim that "most thought-provoking is that we are not yet thinking" and "the most important thing we have to learn is to let letting be learned."  This lecture was prepared for my course Intro to Philosophy of Education
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Martin Heidegger, Philosophy of Education
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Sep 19, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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This is a lecture on Nel Noddings prepared for my Intro to Philosophy of Education course.  The lecture takes up Noddings in relation to Heidegger.
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy of Education, Nel Noddings, Martin Heidegger
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The title of this course is “Introduction to Philosophy of Education,” but it is more aptly titled: “An Introduction to the Education of Philosophy,” because the main focus of the course is an exploration of the ways philosophy educates by compelling us to raise and explore questions, to reflect, and, essentially, to think in new ways.  
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This is a lecture on Heraclitus  I presented at the Hofstra University Honors College, fall semester 2013, on Plotinus.  With  Plotinus we encounter something new for our course: the writing that makes up the mystical tradition.   More in a moment on his work as mystical writing when we explore Plotinus text that you have read.  When we go there we’ll understand that what defines the writings of mysticism, which we can’t quite categorize as a state of knowledge, is impossibility of...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Plotinus, Mysticism
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This is a lecture on the ancient philosopher, Heraclitus, given by Professor Eduardo Duarte, Hofstra University Honors College, October 2, 2014
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Heraclitus, Philosophy, Koinonia
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Sep 18, 2015 Eduardo Duarte
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This is a lecture on Heraclitus, presented to the Hofstra University Honors College on October 2, 2014.
Topics: Philosophy, Heraclitus, Thinking, Koinonia
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Aug 29, 2015 Professor Iguana
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To the Music Itself!  Folk Phenomenology and the Return to Original Melody   Eduardo Duarte,  Hofstra University   Green College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver  August 27, 2015   Education, as Hannah Arendt showed us, exists in a pre-political sphere, and this means it is properly understood as existing against the state.   How do we arrive at this ‘proper’ understanding of education, to this utopian intuition, which is to say, How are we moved into and then occupy the...
Topics: Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Music Education, Nietzsche, DuBois, Schiller, Heidegger,...
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May 1, 2014
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This is part 2 of the third volume of Musings (see description below), between Professor Iguana aka Eduardo Duarte and Sam Rocha, recording at the studios of WRHU, 88.7FM Radio Hofstra University on May 1, 2014.  In this third volume we pick up the discussion we started in volume two on the relationship between music, philosophy and self-disclosure, focusing on the pre-subjective force of that disclosure.  In doing this we set up the bigger discussion of volume 3, which takes up the album...
Topics: Musings, Prof Iguana, Duarte, Rocha, Late to Love
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Apr 24, 2014 Professsor Iguana aka Eduardo Duarte
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This is part 1 of the third volume of Musings (see description below), between Professor Iguana aka Eduardo Duarte and Sam Rocha.  In this third volume we pick up the discussion we started in volume two on the relationship between music, philosophy and self-disclosure, focusing on the pre-subjective force of that disclosure.  In doing this we set up the bigger discussion of volume 3, which takes up the album project that Rocha is leading, "Late to Love."  In this first of three...
Topics: Musings, Professor Iguana, Eduardo Duarte, Sam Rocha, Late to Love
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May 25, 2013 Professor Iguana
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Heritage : Intersection Pathways of Music is the third of the radio projects that are linked to the larger scholarly project of originary thinking.  In addition to my book, Being and Learning (Sense: 2012), the other two radio projects, which are also archived in this database,  are: Musings , and Black Diamond Discography .  Heritage is the retrospective exploration of the music that makes up the cultural inheritance offered to myself and my contemporaries.  The aim of this project is to...
Topics: Professor Iguana, Heritage, Blues
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May 20, 2013 Professor Iguana
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Heritage : Intersection Pathways of Music is the third of the radio projects that are linked to the larger scholarly project of originary thinking.  In addition to my book, Being and Learning (Sense: 2012), the other two radio projects, which are also archived in this database,  are: Musings , and Black Diamond Discography .  Heritage is the retrospective exploration of the music that makes up the cultural inheritance offered to myself and my contemporaries.  The aim of this project is to...
Topics: Professor Iguana, Heritage, Musings, Black Diamond Discography
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May 20, 2013 Professor Iguana
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IF Musings is the Dialogic component of the project of originary thinking, where I engage with my fellow philosophers in listening and responding to the call of music, and Black Diamond Discography the prospective component of the project, where I attempt to produce a show of 'difficult' music (mostly jazz, and orchestral) that will disrupt the present and thereby clear space for the arrival of an alternative future, THEN Heritage is the retrospective component of the project.  That is, with...
Topics: Eduardo Duarte, Heritage, Musings, Black Diamond Discograph
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May 2, 2013 Professor Iguana
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If the title of the show is Musings, then the subtitle is Making Philosophy with Music. Socrates (of the first part of the Plato's Phaedo) is the take off point, i.e., the show's discussion begins with the host (Eduardo Duarte aka Prof Iguana of the Dead Zone, WRHU.ORG, Sundays 6-8pm) asking a guest: Put yourself in the place of Socrates, who has been visited by throughout his whole life by a muse telling him, "Make music!" In your case, you are in your office, study, etc., when the...
Topics: Musings, Eduardo Duarte, Professor Iguana
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Jan 3, 2013 Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D.
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The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands...
Topics: Black Diamond Discography, Eduardo Duarte, Adorno, Avant-Garde Jazz
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Dec 27, 2012 Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D.
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The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands...
Topics: Black Diamond Discography, Eduardo Duarte, Adorno, Avant-Garde Jazz
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Dec 21, 2012 Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D.
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The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands...
Topics: Black Diamond Discography, Eduardo Duarte, Adorno, Avant-Garde Jazz
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Dec 15, 2012 Professor Iguana
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â The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands...
Topics: Black Diamond Discography, Eduardo Duarte, Adorno, Avant-Garde Jazz
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Dec 3, 2012 Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D.
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The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands...
Topics: Free Jazz, Atonal Music, Adorno, Coltrane
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Nov 15, 2012 Professor Iguana
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If the title of the show is Musings, then the subtitle is Making Philosophy with Music. Socrates (of the first part of the Plato's Phaedo) is the take off point, i.e., the show's discussion begins with the host (Eduardo Duarte aka Prof Iguana of the Dead Zone, WRHU.ORG, Sundays 6-8pm) asking a guest: Put yourself in the place of Socrates, who has been visited by throughout his whole life by a muse telling him, "Make music!" In your case, you are in your office, study, etc., when the...
Topics: Musings, Professor Iguana, Philosophy
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Jun 21, 2012 Professor Iguana
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The Dead Zone is a weekly radio program, hosted by Professor Iguana aka Eduardo Duarte, Ph.D., airing Sundays 6-8pm on WRHU.ORG, 88.7, Radio Hofstra University. The show is deadicated to chronicling the musical performances of the Grateful Dead, and also offering a variety of music of interest to Deadheads, e.g., Wide Spread Panic, Medeski Martin and Wood, The Meters, Bob Dylan, etc., etc. Host and Producer Professor Iguana is also the host and producer of Musings, which is a monthly special...
Topics: WRHU, Dead Zone, Grateful Dead, Professor Iguana
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May 25, 2012 Professor Iguana
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If the title of the show is Musings, then the subtitle is Making Philosophy with Music. Socrates (of the first part of the Plato's Phaedo) is the take off point, i.e., the show's discussion begins with the host (Eduardo Duarte aka Prof Iguana of the Dead Zone, WRHU.ORG, Sundays 6-8pm) asking a guest: Put yourself in the place of Socrates, who has been visited by throughout his whole life by a muse telling him, "Make music!" In your case, you are in your office, study, etc., when the...
Topics: Philosophy of Education, Original Thinking
Source: Studio North, Dempster Hall
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Feb 9, 2010 Professor Iguana
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The Dead Zone is a weekly radio program, hosted by Professor Iguana aka Eduardo Duarte, Ph.D., airing Sundays 6-8pm on WRHU.ORG, 88.7, Radio Hofstra University. The show is deadicated to chronicling the musical performances of the Grateful Dead, and also offering a variety of music on interest to Deadheads, e.g., Wide Spread Panic, Medeski Martin and Wood, The Meters, Bob Dylan, etc., etc.
Topics: Dead Zone, Professor Iguana, WRHU.ORG, Radio Hofstra University, 88.7FM, Grateful Dead
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Jan 1, 2010 Professor Iguana
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The Dead Zone is a weekly radio show devoted to the exploration of the music Grateful Dead, produced and hosted by Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D., aka Professor Iguana, aired on community radio WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University, Sundays 6-8pm EST.
Topics: Dead Zone, Professor Iguana, WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Grateful Dead
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Dec 27, 2009 Professor Iguana
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The Dead Zone is a weekly radio show on wrhu.org 88.7 FM Radio Hofstra University, produced and hosted by Professor Iguana aka Eduardo M. Duarte, Ph.D.
Topics: Dead Zone, WHRU.ORG, 88.7FM, Grateful Dead
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Dec 23, 2009 Professor Iguana
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This is a recording of a weekly radio show produced and hosted by Professor Iguana, on 88.7FM Radio Hofstra University, wrhu.org
Topics: Dead Zone, Professor Iguana, wrhu.org, Grateful Dead